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Avoiding Professional Isolation. Ramesh Edara. Avoiding Professional Isolation. Why do we need to talk about this? --Common occupational hazard --?Inevitable --Preventable How is it going to effect you?.

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avoiding professional isolation1
Avoiding Professional Isolation
  • Why do we need to talk about this?

--Common occupational hazard

--?Inevitable

--Preventable

  • How is it going to effect you?
avoiding professional isolation2
Avoiding Professional Isolation
  • Very well supported GPST
  • 3rd August , 5pm greeting card, chocolates
  • Next day  you are on your own, no trainer in the next room!
  • Different computer systems!
  • Uncertainty, vulnerability, sense of isolation....
  • Job, QOF, staff, revalidation, family.....
slide5
How?
  • Have regular breaks
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How?
  • Network – face to face and ? Privacy protected Twitter / Face book / Yahoo or Google groups!!!
  • Young Practitioners Group, Balint Groups etc
  • Also helps to find jobs- not only locums and salaried, but partnerships as well....
slide7
How?
  • Mentor
  • Helps to guide you through difficult times
  • Experienced GPs, TPDs, GP tutors or any well known personalities
slide8
How?
  • Develop a special interest
  • Not only the usual specialities, consider others

for ex: Botox, Urgent Care, Teaching and training etc.

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How?
  • Step back  High demand for GPs
  • Work smart  9 sessions partner Vs 6 sessions and locums

9 sessions partner: £110,000 pa

6 sessions : £ 80,000 pa

Locum : £ 28,800pa

(£360X 2 X 40)

6 sessions+Locum: £ 108,800pa

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How?
  • Exercise
  • Hobbies
  • Social circle outside work
  • etc
young practitioners group
Young Practitioners Group

Join or start a YPG

ypg top tips
YPG-Top tips
  • Ground work- current status, funding, invitations
  • Be clear with date, time and venue, not to clash with other events.
  • First meeting: introductions, future planning...
  • Involve group members
  • Key to success is effective communication and choosing topics
ypg top tips1
YPG-top tips
  • Yahoo group or similar
  • Keep the group open to new members
  • Review learning needs and plan
  • Finally  feed back
  • YPG life span : 5 yrs
first 5
First 5
  • RCGP initiative to help you in the first 5 yrs until your first revalidation.
  • Open to all GPs qualified in the last 5 yrs
  • [email protected]
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